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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-06-2013, 16:15 Thread Starter
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Rimor 2014 model

in year 2014 Rimor will no longer use Ford Transit chassis for it`s MH (because no new ones are available...).

-the Katamarano-series will be built on Renault Master
-the Europeo-series on Fiat-Ducato
-the Koala-series on Renault Master as well ,
-the Nemho-series on Iveco 35C (170 hp).

Sailer/Trimarano series are obviously suspended.

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Question Adrian Phillips

Hi Jan
My name is Adrian Phillips and I live in the South West of England.

Yesterday I bought a 2002 Europeo 78 Motorhome. I have been looking online for
an owners manual but can not find one. I was wondering if you would have any idea where
I might find one please.
Also do you know if spare parts are still available, as I need some of the plastic
side skirts.
Finally , have you heard if anyone has fitted an oven and grill unit and if so where they put it. I cannot manage with just two gas rings. I am supprised that a wagon that appears to be of quite a good quality has such limited cooking facilities.
I hope you dont mind me asking you for your assistance and look forward to your reply. Thankyou

Kind Regards

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Hi Adrian,

Although I now live in NZ, I have just bought a used Rimor and have spent a few weeks looking for manuals, parts etc.

You can get some parts from:

http://www.southdownsmotorcaravans.c...are-parts.html

and they can order other parts in.

I have now found the manual for my 2008 Katamarano and it's pretty rubbish to be honest! I will scan it and put a link up for you, it is a generic one for Rimor and will probably apply to yours.

Don't bother with the Rimor site, it's rubbish.
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The manual is rubbish as I said before!

For instructions on your electrical panel you will need to identify your panel and download the relevant manual from here:

http://www.arsilicii.com/ita/tuttiDo...oc=Autocaravan

They make the panels that Rimor and others in Italy use but I don't know what yours will look like.

Have fun.

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Hi Jan
My name is Adrian Phillips and I live in the South West of England.

Yesterday I bought a 2002 Europeo 78 Motorhome. I have been looking online for
an owners manual but can not find one. I was wondering if you would have any idea where
I might find one please.
Also do you know if spare parts are still available, as I need some of the plastic
side skirts.
Finally , have you heard if anyone has fitted an oven and grill unit and if so where they put it. I cannot manage with just two gas rings. I am supprised that a wagon that appears to be of quite a good quality has such limited cooking facilities.
I hope you dont mind me asking you for your assistance and look forward to your reply. Thankyou

Kind Regards

Adrian adrianphillips@fsmail.net

hello Adrian ,

sorry for answering that late ,haven`t been here since longer time.
well , on the Superbrig 678 (quite similar to the europeo 78 ) the oven
is mounted overhead the fridge , you sshould have a small square locker there. It should be possible to prolongiate the gas supply from the fridge underneath (poweerr supps as well of course).

my regards
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